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Live Review: Jess Morgan at The Bicycle Shop

2nd December 2011
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Jess Morgan is a wonderful musical find. If you have an ear to the ground, you'll already be aware of her mounting buzz all over the UK, Europe and America, and in Norfolk, she is already a BBC and local press favourite.

Her phenomenally creative and folk-infused songs are complemented brilliantly by her unique vocal style.

At her Bicycle Shop show last month, Jess played as main support to The Thinking Men at their EP launch party, and even though most of the audience were there to see the headliners, it became quite obvious by the end of Jess's first song that she would outshine them no matter what. After she played, audience members couldn't stop talking about her wonderful she was and how they couldn't believe she was the support act.

She seemed very confident on the stage, and wasn't afraid to speak to the audience, who were completely enthralled by her for the whole of her set. A crowd gathered around her as she descended the stage; people bought CDs and asked her to sign them, and demanded to know when the next gig was.

Song highlights included the emotional 'Crosses' which made the whole room go completely quiet and the fantastic track 'Pamela' which is currently available as a free download from Jess's Facebook page here, as well as from SoundCloud below. Her rhythmic guitar playing is absolutely addictive and she is one of the best performers I've ever seen.

Jess and her music are truly amazing. I strongly recommend you check her out and download the free track as soon as you can!

 

Pamela by jessmorgan




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